(Closed) Choosing rings. Opinions and ideas welcomed!

posted 5 years ago in Rings
  • poll: Which one of them them do you like better? (Except the band)
  • Post # 3
    9955 posts
    Buzzing Beekeeper
    • Wedding: December 2012

    Hi @Sporty-Bee:  first off a BIG Welcome to WBee cause you are NEW to “the Hive”


    GORGEOUS Rings…

    And I for one love it when people embrace traditions and make them their own.

    You might be somewhat interested in what I did for my Wedding.

    Mr TTR doesn’t wear jewellery except for a watch (and at over 60, I knew he wasn’t going to change) so we exchanged Wedding Watches in addition to rings.  Lol, just a different kind of band… still metal, still circular, and no better way to mark the elements of Forever & Always than a watch !!

    That said, he wanted to of course get me an ERing & WBand.  And I have to say I was saddened that I wouldn’t be giving him a WBand in our Wedding Ceremony.

    When along came the perfect WBee solution.

    More and more gals are wearing multiple rings now… stacking them.  So not uncommon for a Bride to get 2 WBands.

    And so that is what we did.  I have 2 WBands, a Sparkly & a Plain.

    During the Ceremony, we used my Plain one to put upon his finger for my Vow to him (well, up to his knuckle).  Then when it was my turn, he took both the Sparkly & Plain and put them together on my Ring Finger… so I have 2 Blessed WBands… and the added BONUS that one of them is also his.

    At the Wedding I wore all 3 Rings on my Wedding Finger… and I do have the option to mix and match them as I like (which I love)… 1, 2, 3, rings… and it is nice to have the plain one to wear if my Diamonds might be in jeopardy in any way (never any empty ring finger syndrom).

    Most ofen, I wear my ERing and Sparkly WBand together.. and my Plain WBand on my RH… so much like you are thinking of doing.

    It works out great !!

    Anyhow, I thought I’d share my story cause of the multiple ring thing.

    Hope this helps,

    PS… I love sapphires… these rings are all pretty, I’d have a hard time deciding.


    Post # 4
    5065 posts
    Bee Keeper
    • Wedding: April 2014

    @Sporty-Bee:  I love all the rings you chose, I have a sapphire e-ring myself. I really love the one on the top right. I think it’s called channel set? 

    Post # 7
    120 posts
    Blushing bee
    • Wedding: May 2013

    Hi there and welcome new bee. You may want to check etsy.com. There are some beautiful saphire and diamond rings all sizes and some unique pieces. Most of the jewlers will even work with you to customize a piece and they won’t break the bank lol.

    Post # 8
    2743 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: October 2014 - Disney

    Your screen name is sporty bee, if you are into sports you may want to consider something with less pave. I dont wear my rings swimming, but I will wear them in races that dont have swims such as marathons. Durability was something we considered when purchasing my engagement ring.

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